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How to Draw Action Sports Figures
From the Set The Scribbles Institute How-to-Draw Books
Whether it is a snowboarder doing an invert or a BMX rider in midair, learning to draw sports figures captures the young artist's imagination. Exciting lessons teach students about proportion and form as they depict the human body in motion. Shapes and lines make drawing action figures and sports equipment a fun project that's bound for success.
- Drawing Action Sports Figures
- Drawing with Shapes
- Drawing with Lines
- Drawing the Head
- Three-Dimensional Form
- Lights and Shadows
- Space and Composition
- Drawing with Color
- The Artist's Studio
Author: Rob Court
Rob Court has been designing and illustrating books for educational publishers since 1989. His studio is located in San Juan Capistrano, California. Rob divides his time between creating artwork, mountain biking, surfing, building a studio/educational workshop in Mexico, and four very active grandchildren in Los Angeles. He started the Scribbles Institute to help young artists learn about drawing and visual art.